Mateo de Sandoval y Manzanares
(Abt 1615-)
Juana de la Cruz
Blas de la Candelaria
(Abt 1680-Bef 1689)
Ana de Sandoval y Manzanares
(Abt 1657-1734)
Ana María de la Rosa Manzanares
(1670-)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Alonso García de Noriega

Ana María de la Rosa Manzanares

  • Born: 1670-1678, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 465
  • Marriage: Alonso García de Noriega on 14 Jan 1707 in Alburquerque or Bernalillo, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 465,467

bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• Dates & Events. 465
On 20 Jan 1708, Rosa Manzanares and Vicente Garsia served as godparents of a Garsia child who was the daughter of Cristóbal Garsia and Isabel Romero. Cristóbal was a neighbor of Bentura de la Candelaria's widown, Ynes Gutiérrez in 1750.

On 23 Feb 1710, Alonso García and Rosa Manzanares, along with Pedra Varela, were witnesses to the marriage of Juan de Ribera and Juana Romero. Cristóbal García, a 26 year old native of New Mexico and Lorenzo Cravajal, 40, of Bernalillo, were witnesses at the marriage investigation.

On 11 Jun 1711, Alonzo García and Rosa María Mansanares served as padrinos for Antonia Manuela Varela, the daughter of Cristóbal Varela and Clementa Ortega>. Antonia Manuela Varela became the wife of Juan Antonio Candelaria, son of Francisco de la Candelaria and María de la Rosa's newphew.

On 20 August 5, 1716, Alonzo García, a resident of of Alburquerque, passed muster at San Antonio de Atrisco, with all arms, five horses and one mule, during the review of troops assembled for the campaign against the Moqui, along with his brother-in-law Felix de Candelaria, Captain Luis García and others.

On 4 Mar 1737, Alonzo García, Spanish, husband of Rosa Candelaria, died in Alburquerque.

From the Spanish Census of 1750:
Rosa de la Candelaria, mulata, 80, widow of Alonzo García; two servants: María Rosa, Indian, with three daughters: Bárbara 10, María 7, María Manuela 2; Josepha, Indian, with two children: Melchora 3, Juan Domingo 10 Months.

~ "The Ancestry and Extended Family of Juan Antonio Candelaria," New Mexico Genealogist, December 2000, pp. 163-173


Ana married Alonso García de Noriega, son of Alonso García de Noriega and Ana Jorge de Vera, on 14 Jan 1707 in Alburquerque or Bernalillo, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 465.,467 (Alonso García de Noriega died on 4 Mar 1737 in Alburquerque, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 465.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Diligencia Matrimonial. 248
Jan 1707. Alburquerque, Alonso García and María de la Rosa Manazanares (Candelaria), whom he deflowered and wishes to marry. - Testimonies with don Pedro de Chaves as notary. Letter of Fray Pedro de Mata, 7 Mar 1707: Felix Candelaria had made complaint vs. Alonso García, soldier, living in his house with a sister of his named María de la Rosa Manzanares, whom he promised to marry after having two children by her. Consequently, the padre went to the house with the Alcalde Mayor Martín Hurtado and Don Pedro de Chaves, and they both said they wanted to get married, and the padre obliged then and there. Hence the Padre Custodio ordered the Diligencias Matrimoniales started, with witnesses Antonio de Silva, soldier, as notary, Antonio Gutiérrez (22) of El Rio Abajo, Don Pedro de Chaves (30). The pair married again on 14 Jan 1707
~ Roots Ltd., Diligencias Matrimoniales, p. 592


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